Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Schizophrenia

@article{Kingdon1998CognitiveBehavioralTO,
  title={Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Schizophrenia},
  author={David Kingdon and Douglas Turkington and Robert D. Friedberg},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy},
  year={1998},
  volume={12},
  pages={85 - 87}
}
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) complements medication management and evidence has shown its effectiveness in managing positive and negative symptoms, promoting treatment resistance, and improving insight, compliance, and aggression in schizophrenia. There is emerging evidence in early intervention, comorbid substance misuse, and reducing relapse and hospitalization. CBT is now recommended by most clinical guidelines for schizophrenia. Treatment is based on engaging the patient in a… 
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